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Pages for Laughing Eyes is a delightful collection of short stories that will surely tickle the reader's funny bone. While the author remains unknown, their skill in crafting humorous tales is evident throughout the book.

The stories featured within Pages for Laughing Eyes offer a wide range of comedic scenarios and characters, each bringing their own unique brand of laughter. From slapstick situations to clever wordplay, there is something here to amuse every reader. The author's playful writing style and knack for comedic timing make these stories a joy to read.

One of the highlights of this collection is the diverse cast of characters that the author introduces. Each story presents a new and entertaining individual, from bumbling fools to quick-witted jesters. These characters are not only entertaining, but they also provide a relatable touch to the stories, making the humor resonate on a personal level.

The pacing of the stories is another commendable feature of this collection. The author successfully balances the delivery of punchlines, ensuring that each comedic moment is given the perfect amount of buildup and payoff. This keeps the reader engaged and eager to discover what hilarity awaits them in the next tale.

However, one drawback of Pages for Laughing Eyes is the lack of clarity regarding the author's identity. While this may add an air of mystery to the collection, it also hinders the reader's ability to explore more works by the same author. It would be a shame if this talented humorist were to remain unknown, as their talent for comedy certainly warrants further recognition.

In conclusion, Pages for Laughing Eyes is an entertaining and laughter-inducing collection of short stories. The author's skill in crafting humorous scenarios, coupled with a diverse cast of characters and well-paced storytelling, makes this book a joy to read. Despite the missing author's identity, this collection will undoubtedly bring tears of laughter to anyone who flips through its pages.

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Hurrah! Hurrah! for the jolly snow! Over it we lightly go: Dear sister is so glad, you see, To have a nice drive in the sleigh with me, To have a nice drive in the sleigh with me Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!

Hurrah! Hurrah for the ice and cold! Both very young and gay and bold, We fear no snow, we fear no ice, There's naught in the world that is half so nice, There's naught in the world that is half so nice Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!



Over the lofty peaks of many of the mountains of Europe a magnificent bird may occasionally be seen flying, while down in the valley, two thousand feet or more below, a hen may be scratching worms for her dinner, or a young lamb gamboling over the sweet meadow grass.

From that enormous height, even, the keen eyes of the eagle can detect the movement of either, and she flies, or rather drops, straight down upon the poor fowl, and with her powerful foot kills it at a blow, or breaks the back of the pretty lamb with same terrible weapon. Then, she rises upward with her prey, to feed the little ones she has left in the nest... Continue reading book >>

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